Home Green Where in Rye: Bamboo Forest Green Where in Rye: Bamboo Forest MyRye.com August 11, 2010 8 1235 Facebook Twitter Email Where is Rye is this bamboo forest? And for extra credit, tell MyRye.com where else in Rye you can find stands of bamboo trees. Leave your answer as a comment below. [UPDATE: see the answer here.] Here is another picture: Facebook Twitter Email Previous articleCandy Bars, Lawyers, Fun Cards—Items on the Agenda for City Council Meeting Wednesday, August 11, 2010Next articleToilets, Bidets and Rye Rec Lower Camp: You Can’t Make This Up MyRye.comhttps://myrye.com RELATED ARTICLES Green BP Station Growing Corn MyRye.com - August 8, 2022 0 Most planting beds at gas stations are a fairly sad affair - often invasive weeds growing out of a pile of dyed mulch. So hats... Read more Community Groups PHOTOS: Three Healthy Yards, More Needed MyRye.com - July 31, 2022 0 If you missed the third annual Healthy Yards/Healthy Garden Tour, here are the three gardens that were showcased in Rye. Earth-friendly gardens provide native habitat... Read more Green Rye Town Park Restricts Evening Beach Access Starting Monday, August 1st MyRye.com - July 27, 2022 0 Rye Town Park will restrict evening access to Oakland Beach starting next Monday, August 1st. From 6:00pm - 8:00pm the beach will only be... Read more 8 COMMENTS My guess is that it’s on the north side of Playland Pkwy just east of Boston Post Rd. There’s another stand on the south side of the parkway just west of Milton Rd. Reply hmm..pretty sure that’s in the back of the Reid sanctuary behind playland. Reply My front yard. Reply I don’t recognize this stand, but there is a fairly large one by the tennis courts at Disbrow and another one on the left hand side of Highland road proceeding out of Rye as you start up the hill. Reply Edith Read. Let me know where I can pick up my prize. Reply Forget about where the bamboo forest is… where’s the best place to get fresh sushi? Reply This one is on the right on either Thorne Place, or the road that leads up to Thorne Place. There is another one we frequent often on the left side of Highland Road heading up to the entrance to Westchester Country Club. Reply @Matt Fahey Sushi? Pedro Espada’s house in Mamaroneck. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.